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Automatic Analysis of microRNA Microarray Images Using Mathematical Morphology

F. Meyenhofer, O. Schaad, P. Descombes, M. Kocher

Proceedings of the Twenty-Ninth Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society, in conjunction with the biennial Conference of the French Society of Biological and Medical Engineering (EMBC'07), Lyon, French Republic, August 23-26, 2007, pp. 6235-6238.



The micro array are an experimental technique for parallel determination of molecular concentration. The image analysis is an important, time consuming and error prone step of the process. We describe here an automatic procedure able to analyze the micro array data and to accurately provide the level of concentration for each microRNA (miRNA). The proposed method has the advantage, compared to commercial products, to minimize the user interaction, leading to a more reproducible data analysis


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